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Wondering which software Apple have used to create presentation slides for WWDC 2010.

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It's Keynote.

Wikipedia mentions:

Keynote began as a software program for Apple CEO Steve Jobs to use in creating the presentations for Macworld Conference and Expo and other Apple keynote events

This cites O'Reilly's article on Mac Dev Centre

Keynote is Apple's $99 answer to Microsoft's PowerPoint. Jobs has been using early versions of Keynote at the MacWorld keynotes for over a year. Jobs explained that, "Keynote was built for me.

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Do you have references on that? – Pablo Sep 11 '10 at 15:12
@Mike Unfortunately I cannot find any references. Given that it's an Apple application, I assume that's what Jobs will use. – Sathya Sep 11 '10 at 15:20
I highly doubt it's Keynote, otherwise Apple would give a word about it, also as a promo to their app. – Pablo Sep 11 '10 at 15:27
@Michael - it is Keynote. Updated with the references – Sathya Sep 11 '10 at 15:38

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